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>>> welcome to the washington area nissan dealers sports xtra. >> hi, everybody. welcome to sports xtra. i'm dave feldman. the nats are ready to come home, the kastles are trying to bring it home and the terps are preparing to protect their home but first a pro football update. the players executive committee meets tomorrow in washington. its lawyers worked through the weekend on the issues holding up an agreement with the ors. hopefully the players will -- owners. hopefully the players will vote on a settlement tomorrow. owners approved a tentative agreement on thursday, but the players said they need more information before they can vote and took issue with portions of the proposal. several players didn't see that full proposal until late saturday. if a vote does come tomorrow, team facilities would open wednesday. players then can get physicals, sign union cards, receive playbooks and agents can negotiate or renegotiate contracts. no contracts could be signed, however, until saturday when camps would open if the nflpa is back to being a union and the agreement is approved. as fo
>> business news from the capital reon. this is "washington business report" with abc7 national correspondent recca cooper. >> thank you for j joining us. we're discussing the factors that impact business finance year anti-washington region. now the business of sports. but how do you make money investing moneyworld team tennis? we are joined by mark ein. he is back to give us his take on the world of business. we're also joinedy murphy jensen and now they are leading the league with 9 wins and zero losses. and we are joined by leander paes the captain of the washington kastles. we made use it in the hot seat for the very first show. has it picked up as much as he hoped it would? >> no, i think it may be two steps forward, one -- o step that. we would be heading in an upward direction. most people who thought about it realized it was going to be a smoother ride. there is still a lot of balance to this economy. apparently there is good news and the less good news on the other. that has been the case for awhile now. >> what kind of mood does that put you in? >> i feel fine. i feel
on the gop 2012 presidential field. and national public radio correspondent julie rovner. "washington journal," live at 7:00 a.m. eastern on c-span. >> joining us from salt lake city, governor christine gregoire. she serves as the chair for the association. governor, thank you for your time today. >> joining us this sarah murray from the wall street journal. as far as how states are giving that top discussions here in washington d.c., what are the concerns among chief executives like yourself among what is going on? >> i think the biggest concern the biggest concern and the more inaction we have been out of washington, d.c., the more upset this causes in our own economies and state. consumer confidence and business confidence is affecting my economy. you can imagine my consumer confidence is down. i'm not getting revenues and it is affecting the coffers of state government. a number of those in the business community have money but have not been willing to hire simply because of the uncertainty of what is going on in washington, d.c. that really has a direct impact but not just my state. with
. the end of away ld be just hours from the final space shuttle launch ever. >> good morning, washington. t is friday, july 8. your start as always with affic and weather every 10 minutes. adam caskey here with the latest watches and warnings. we have a flash flood watch that will take effect. heavy rainfall is expected later on today. he bulk falling this afternoon and evening and even into the early nighttime hours. let's get right to it. ake a look at that flash flood watch. that will take place later on today. green. unty shaded in pretty much everybody with the ception of washington, jefferson, frederick county, virginia. m scan. our stor nothing happening right now of the an north ason/dixon line. parts of ohio down to tennessee, we are expecting the eastward and development out ahead of. i around lunchtime we'll see our first storm start to develop. then some heavy showers and downpours through the afternoon and evening. high temperatures in the mid 80's. e could see localized rainfall or on the order of two inch more with the downpours. we have that flash flood watch. up. row sky al
washington," on your side. >> breaking news, for the second time in the data days of police cruiser runs into another car sending both drivers to the hospital if and bringing traffic to a crawl. good morning, washington. it's wednesday, july 20. i am scott thuman. >> i am pamela brown. thanks for waking up with us. we begin with traffic and weather every ten minutes. oscar wilson with traffic but first adam caskey. it's a waiting game for the intense heat. >> get the bargaining done today as opposed to the next couple days -- the gardening done. it's a point to be high in the afternoons. 78 right now in the district, 73 in gaithersburg. on our way to the mid 90's today. it will feel like over 100 today. mid 90's for the air temperature. 100 degrees tomorrow. it will feel like 111. there's an excess of people watched tomorrow for the entire area. in excess of 100 on friday. >>> we have another accident involving a police car. 66 and glebe road. the accident is blocking all lanes. this will cause major delays this morning. if you can avoid this stretch do so. in maryland there's a water ma
again. >> the heat is still on and it's about to get even hotter. "good morning washington at 6:00 a.m." starts now. >> live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. >> good morning, washington. thanks for being with us on this wednesday, july 20. i am pamela brown. >> i am scott thuman. we will start with traffic and weather. the combination of heat and humidity can make it feel like to digits and it's only going to get worse. adam caskey gets us started this morning the forecast. >> hot and uncomfortable today but even warmer the next few days. thursday through saturday, the afternoon staff will be the worst in terms of heat and humidity. sunrise at 5:59 a.m. hazy sunshine across the entire region. 72 in columbia, maryland, with under an inch of rain from yesterday. three-quarters of an inch in leonardtown, three-quarters of an inch in fort washington. warm and muggy start to the day mid 90's for the afternoon. it will feel like 105 when you factor in the humidity. if a greatstrength and a strong possible this afternoon in the high country. >>> a police cruiser c
washington to president obama. i will be joined by an african- american broadcaster, my friend, george wilson. we will be right back. >> "white house chronicle is produced in collaboration with howard university television. now, your program host, national and syndicated columnist, llewellyn king, and co-host, linda gasparello. captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> hello again. thank you for coming along. i would like to remind you this program is made possible by the arizona public service and its holding co., pinnacle west, and it's interesting chief executive. i promised you a special guest. here he is. george wilson, as i mentioned. ken, you have written a book called "family of freedom -- presidents and african-americans in the white house." you have been the white house correspondent of u.s. news and world report. that magazine has changed more than you have in 29 years. we all have. you have been broadcasting on sirius xm radio for several years now, george, and before that for a long time. >> also american urban radio networks. about 30 years on capitol
story available on line usatoday.com. we will continue the conversation tomorrow morning on "washington journal" as congress comes back and the ongoing debate on raising the debt limit and federal spending priorities as well as taxes. we will talk to jane hamsher, her blog warning that the president should not touch entitlements. richard land is with the southern baptist convention to talk about the role of religious evangelicals in the presidential campaign. and julie rovner from npr to talk about the president's implementation of the health- care bill. that is tomorrow morning at 7:00 a.m. eastern here on c-span and c-span radio. thank you for joining us. i hope you enjoy the rest of your weekend and have a great week ahead. [captioning performed by national captioning institute] [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2011] >> as far as how states are viewing debt discussions in washington, what concerns among chief executives like yourself? >> the concerns are two-fold. the biggest concern and the more inaction we have been out of washington, d.c., the more upset this cau
want to talk about the debate we have been having in washington over the national debt. we spent more money than we take in. in the year 2000 the government had a budget surplus but instead of using it to pay off our debt it was spent on trillions of dollars in new tax cuts while two wars and a prescription drug program was added. as a result the deficit was on track to top $1 trillion the year i took a office. to make matters worse the recession meant there was less money coming in and required us to spend more on tax cuts to spur the economy, unemployment insurance, aid to states so we could prevent more teachers and firefighters and police officers from being layed off. these emergency steps also added to the deficit. now, every family knows a little credit card debt is manageable. if we stay on the curb path it could cost us jobs 1, 2, 3 & do serious damage to the economy. more tax dollars will grow to paying off interest on loans, businesses will be less likely to epien up and hire workers in a country that can't balance its books. interest rates could climb for everyone who borr
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." have a great friday. >>> live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. >> straight ahead the mercury is climbing back toward the century mark. relief is still days away. good morning, washington. it is a toasty friday, july 29. i am scott thuman. >> thanks for being here, i am pamela brown. traffic and weather in a moment -- traffic with lisa baden in a moment. we begin with steve rudin. >> look what's going on. 76 degrees at dulles, 82 at reagan national airport. 79 at quantico. heat index makes it feel more like 90 degrees. temperatures will warm up as we move through the morning and afternoon. the national weather service has issued a heat advisory. 11:00 a.m. until 9:00 tonight for the entire metro area. there could be heat index readings approaching 105-110 degrees. 97-102 is the daytime high expected across the area. the one dislocations will be downtown in the urban areas. look for cooler air on the way for the weekend. we will talk about that and much more. you can always go to wjla.com for the forecast and temperatures in your neighborhood. now to lisa bade
>> business news from the capital region. this is "washington business report" with abc 7 washington correspondent rebecca cooper. >> thanks for joining us for the news and information that impacts business and personal finance here in the washington region. coming up, why the debt so down in washington could cost five states their credit rating, including virginia and maryland, and what that could mean for you. also, a new weekly segment -- spotlight on small business. thus the phrase "time is monday" rings as true today as it did when ben franklin first said it. on the money side, we have paul cocozza with cocozza financial planning in arlington and on the flip side, heaer cocozza, who specializes in message and business organization. welcome to you both. you do not usually work jointly but, paul, i have been interviewing you for some time, and it struck me that it made sense that people might want to consult with both of you together. paul, i will start with you first. we have the spotlight on small business. whether you are a small business person or financial investor
at washington boulevard. you can expect delays through there this morning. they will be on the scene for quite awhile. all lanes are blocked due to the earlier accident at glebe road at washington boulevard. there's another blockage, georgia avenue closed in both directions at shorefield road closed due to open a broken water main. that's no. of arcola avenue -- north of arcola. back to you. >> thank you. >>> our other top story a mysterious death and the hunt for missing man. >> fairfax county police looking for who shot and killed an elderly man in springfield and looking for the victim's missing adult son. gary hanson's body was found in the 7600 block of chancellor way. >> i saw four armed officers with shotguns on my front lawn. >> residents of this west springfield neighborhood came home to an unsettling sight on tuesday evening if police with high-powered rifles scouring their neighborhood. >> is said to go inside and lock your doors. >> they killed a man who has lived here for decades, found around 6:00, suffered a stroke while back and did not do anything deserve this. >> they've alwa
>>> on our broadcast tonight, showdown here on capitol hill in washington. is it possible they're back to square one in this debt ceiling crisis? we'll show you how the speaker of the house responded when i asked him if he's got a rebellion on his hands. >>> signs of life. what it was like during that attack in norway. a daughter's text messages to her mother while the gunman's rampage was under way. >>> triumph and tragedy. an american at the top of his game at the olympic games and now questions about how he fell so hard, so fast to such a tragic ending. >>> and american history. from world war i until present day, a place that has healed america's badly wounded warriors. tonight an emotional ending for a great name. "nightly news" begins now. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> and good evening from capitol hill in washington. tonight, where this fight over the looming financial crisis goes on on two fronts, here in these corridors and across the country, on the internet, on the airwaves, while elected lawmakers, it should be said, engage in some high risk beha
for a crucial vote to begin in washington tonight. this is the battleground for republicans in the quest to head off what some fear could be a catastrophic budget default affecting all of us. there are signs of deep trouble in the house of representatives. speaker john boehner is trying to rally enough votes for the debt crisis. his republicans in the red hold a substantial majority. at least 60 of their members shown here in yellow are affiliated with the tea party. they are pushing against a compromise with the democrats over here. they appear to have risen in revolt, once again. how many? we don't know. the speaker has to bring roughly two-thirds of them into his camp if he's going to outvote the democrats who are standing firmly united with his plan. it's a sign he doesn't have the numbers he needs, at least not yet. we'll cover the angles on this story, which is shaking the capital tonight along with other news, too. here is a look. >>> if anybody kept his head and integrity above the budget brew ha ha, it's alan simpson. he may be the last reasonable man standing. the president's poll numb
was too late. can anyone reach washington before it's too late? both addicted, same fate? long later apologized saying he meant no disrespect to winehouse with his analogy about congress' addiction to spending. if this keeps up, we'll have to raise the limit on debt-related doozies. ♪ raise the debt ceiling >> reporter: jeanne moos, cnn, new york. >>> that's it for me, thanks for watching. i'm wolf blitzer in "the situation room." for our international viewers, "world report" is next. in north america, "john king, usa" starts right now. >> thanks, wolf. >>> and good evening, everyone. washington is broken at the moment and you are beginning to pay a higher and more painful price. the markets were down today, meaning your 401(k) is worth less tonight. with just five days to go until the government says it would have no choice but to default on some big bills, the ceo of walmart told congress today the squabbling here in washington could have a huge negative impact nationwide on an all fragile recovery. >> a default and the ripple effect i think would be impactful and represent
. >> stay with us for "go >>> live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. >> straight ahead bracing for another heatwave. temperatures headed back for the triple digits. good morning, washington. it's wednesday, july 27. i am scott thuman. we begin with traffic and weather every ten minutes. lisa baden in a moment. first, meteorologist steve rudin. we had a short break. that is over. >> today will not be so bad. but tomorrow through saturday we will crank up the heat and humidity again. not expected to be as extreme as last week, but still uncomfortable. look at these temperatures. a nice start to this wednesday morning. 72 degrees at dulles, 70 in gaithersburg. 81 at reagan national airport 80 degrees in quantico. dew point levels are very comfortable. it will be a beautiful morning and a quiet afternoon at. high-pressure overhead. daytime highs hovering around 90 degrees today. look at the extended outlook. around 100 degrees. >>> we are not hitting back on the highway this morning. traffic is moving at speed with no accidents. there was construction in several areas
feeling the effects. good morning washington at 5:00 a.m." begins now. >> live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. >> good morning, washington. rise and shine. it's monday, july 25. i am cynne simpson. >> i am scott thuman. glad to have you along on this monday morning. we will have traffic and weather every ten minutes. lisa baden in a moment. first, meteorologist steve rudin. >> a nice start to this monday morning with temperatures in the 70's think. 7 83 in winchester and at dulles. reagan national, 82 degrees. it feels like almost 90 degrees. the cool air has yet to arrive in the downtown area. we have heavy storms that moved across st. mary's county and installed rivera, causing a flash flood during the early morning. the flood warning is now gone. daytime highs today in the upper 80's to low 90's. chance of scattered storms this afternoon. >>> right now i will give you the all clear and the green light. along the greenway, the toll road as well looking good. if 66 between centreville and the beltway look good. 270 southbound from frederick's
. in prince george's mid-70s. near 80 in washington and right near the bay. away from the waters, we're in the 70s. out of the mountains in the 60s. beautiful morning as well as in parts of the central shenandoah valley, they've dipped into low to mid-60s this morning. a few passing showers and thunder showers north/northeast of washington, but those are beginning to dissipate, and we just have a few clouds coming through now. as the day progresses, hazy sunshine and temperatures by noontime mid-90s. it's going to be near 100 degrees by midafternoon. this friday we got to 102 at reagan national. i don't think it's going to get quite as hot there today. we may be near the record by midafternoon. it will feel like 100 to 105 when you factor in the humidity. and then it's going to get rather muggy all the way into tonight too. a break on the way for the weekend. a look at that coming up with your night planner in ten minutes. eun and joe. >> thank you very much, tom. >>> 6:01 now. a heat advisory is in effect today for much of our area. if you're taking metro to work today, leave your w
america, "john king, usa" starts right now. >> thanks, wolf. >>> and good evening, everyone. washington is broken at the moment and you are beginning to pay a higher and more painful price. the markets were down today, meaning your 401(k) is worth less tonight. with just five days to go until the government says it would have no choice but to default on some big bills, the ceo of walmart told congress today the squabbling here in washington could have a huge negative impact nationwide on an all fragile recovery. >> a default and the ripple effect i think would be impactful and representing our consumers, we think that that would be very, very difficult for the american economy to withstand at this point in time in our history. >> that's here at home. >>> then there are global worries. concerns that a default or even a close call here could rattle international markets and international economies like that domino effect back after the big wall street meltdown a few years ago. >> the united states is the largest economy in the world, one that matters, one that has spillover effects, not j
of the depression some 45,000 world war i veterans descended on washington, d.c. to demand the bonus promised the years earlier for the wartime service. president eisenhower ordered the u.s.. >> in the summer of 1932 at them height eof the great depressiono some 45,000 world war i veterans from all over the country converged on washington, d.c. ot traveling in box cars, automobiles and on foot.isedh sarte and the bonus promised them for their wartime service. li for two months, the veteransty lived and fully integrated townf and cardboard shacks, the biggest of those on the shore of the river was laid out like a military camp with the streetca names with street names and included an outdoor barber shop, boxing matches and even a piano. the veterans had little to eat, except what was donated through the kindness of strangers, but a lot of passion for their cause. the movement was kept under control by a deal between the leader of the bonus army, and the sympathetic and practical-minded d.c. police chief, who rode around town on a blue motorcycle. the police, the peaceful demonstrations ended w
today on face the nation washington and how it looks from outside the belt way on this july 4 weekend washington remains in gridlock. so we're checking in with four elected officials from around the country. massachusetts democratic governor deval patrick, wisconsin's republican governor scott walker, ohio's republican governor john kasich, and los angeles democratic mayor antonio villaraigosa. what is the impact with the washington impasse in their states? what will be the impact out in the country if the president and congress are unable to reach a deal to raise the debt limit? it's all next on "face the nation." captioning sponsored by cbs "face the nation" with cbs news chief washington correspondent bob schieffer. and now from washington, bob schieffer. >> schieffer: good morning again. welcome to "face the nation" on this fourth of july weekend. governor patrick is in rockport, massachusetts. ohio governor governor john kasich is in massachusetts. republican governor scott walker joins us from his state capital in madison and los angeles mayor antonio villaraigosa is out
soldiers. tonight on "washington week." >> our economy as a whole just isn't producing nearly enough jobs for everybody who's looking. gwen: the unemployment rate creeps higher as the economic slowdown stays slow. how will that affect this weekend's high stakes debt negotiation? >> there is no agreement in private or in public. gwen: all eyes are on the numbers. both in washington and on the campaign trail. >> this was a must hit opportunity for us. gwen: as g.o.p. presidential candidates seek targets of opportunity. >> the president in my view made the recession deeper and longer than it needed to be. gwen: and a change in white house policy. what happens when a soldier commits suicide? covering the week, greg ip of "the economist." alexis simendinger of realclearpolitics.com. jeanne cummings of bloomberg news. and yochi dreazen of "national journal." >> award winning reporting and analysis, covering history as it happens, live from our nation's capital, this is "washington week with gwen ifill." produced in association with "national journal." corporate funding for "washington week" is
for too much and is there a way forward anymore? late-breaking news tonight on washington week. >> as the saying goes, indecision becomes decision with time. >> harry reid keeps saying that somehow the house won't work with him. where are his ideas? >> are lawmakers inching closer to agreement in the debt ceiling debate? >> i would suggest that it is going to be a hot weekend here in washington, d.c. >> or are they farther apart than ever? >> i just got a call about a half hour ago from speaker boehner, who indicated that he was going to be walking away from the negotiations that we have been engaged in here at the white house. >> the dispute reverberates in the states, among voters and all along the 2012 campaign trail. >> the president is fond of saying that he didn't cause the recession, that he inherited the recession and that's true, but he made it worse. >> so what happens next? covering the week, jackie with the wall street times and dan with "the washington post" and john harwood cnbc and "the new york times". >> award winning analysis covering history as it happens, li
on the pressure cooker in here. because it is looking more like washington is about to explode. welcome, everybody, if the summer heat has you under the collar, look at washington, dc right now. >> those who have worked our tails off trying to get something done are told that this is a piece of crap, a piece of junk. >>neil: a long, hot weekend because the only bill that would have slashed the deficit was killed in the senate. and everyone was so shocked that our entire technical crew just stopped. and harry reid ain't about to talk of another $3 trillion deal. that would put off tax hikes until 2012 or after. where does that leave us? and now to hill.com reporter on how hot it will get. >>reporter: right new we are headed for default. a lot of people on wall street think there will an deal but this is not like the government shut down showdown. hear put his hands up, very frustrated and democrats are not going to carry the water for president obama and john boehner will not go for a deal that increases taxes. i don't go how they get a deal and if they do i don't know how they get 60 votes in the
on washington week. >> as the saying goes, indecision becomes decision with time. >> harry reid keeps saying that somehow the house won't work with him. where are his ideas? >> are lawmakers inching closer to agreement in the debt ceiling debate? >> i would suggest that it is going to be a hot weekend here in washington, d.c. >> or are they farther apart than ever? >> i just got a call about a half hour ago from speaker boehner, who indicated that he was going to be walking away from the negotiations that we have been engaged in here at the white house. >> the dispute reverberates in the states, among voters and all along the 2012 campaign trail. >> the president is fond of saying that he didn't cause the recession, that he inherited the recession and that's true, but he made it worse. >> so what happens next? covering the week, jackie with the wall street times and dan with "the washington post" and john harwood cnbc and "the new york times". >> award winning analysis covering history as it happens, live from our nation's capitol, this is washington week, produced in association with nation
. "good morning washington at 6:00 a.m." begins right now. live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. >> good morning, washington. . 6:00 on this monday, july 18. i am jennifer donelan. >> i am pamela brown. thanks for waking up with us on this monday. traffic and weather every ten minutes. jim russ in a moment. we start with meteorologist adam caskey. heat is coming. >> respect is. the pleasant weather a is a thing of the past. -- the heat is coming. highs near the century mark by the end of this work week. a beautiful start today in frederick, 70 degrees with mostly clear skies. 73 in downtown d.c., 70 at dulles airport. 64 in manassas and culpeper, 66 incumbents 74 -- 66 in cumberland. >>> accident on new hampshire avenue at lockwood drive in the southbound direction, south of white oak. traffic getting by to the right with a brief delay. we will show you that we have an accident reported in prince george's county on route 50 eastbound near the interchange at 197 against the rush hour float in the bowie strapped. be careful. give yourself a couple extra
cuadrangulares, todos los detalles en deportes. >> ahora, en vivo y en hd, telenoticias washington en alta definición. >> juliana gracias por acompañarnos en otra edición de telenoticias washington, le saluda juliana. empezamos el noticiero con la peligrosa ola de calor que está golpeándolos la región y a muchas otras áreas del país, varias vidas se han perdido muchas personas se encuentran enfermas o afectadas de alguna manera por las altas temperaturas. en el área metropolitana no se registra emergencia pero sí se han tenido que hacer algunos cambios. >> nosotros empezamos temprano, esa es la clave, nos mantenemos hidratados, tomando liquidó todo el día, agua, líquido, lo que sea. >> reportero: la insoportable humedad porque las temperaturas llegan a los 100 grados fahrenheit hacen que se sienta peor. cuando el día parece estar más fresco, algunos residentes del área metropolitana estaban sofocados. >> en realidad es mucha la humedad cuando uno ve que la temperatura está a 37 grados uno piensa que no es tan grave pero con la humedad se siente terrible. >> reportera: auto
>> business news fm the capital region. this is "washington business report" with a 7 national correspondent rebecca cooper. >> thank you for joinining us for "washington business report," where we look at the news that impact you. our round table tas a look at business news throughout the region and the difficult dance goinon at the white house over the debt. first, our newsmaker. this week, we bid farewell to the space shuttle. as the u.s. winds down a key part of the space mission, the government continues to ramp up military readiness even with major cuts in defense spending. it is the perfect time to talk to sean o'keefe, the former nasa administrator who now heads eads. the company has big u.s. military contracts and plans to make those an even bigger percentage of the parent company's total revenue. thank you for joining us. you are a former secretary of the navy and former nasa administrator. you said to callou sean. i will go with mr. secretary. what a year you have had. you survive a tragic plane crash that took the lives of a beloved former mentor. your son survived
for you. we are live in northwest washington. >> it is not going to be with us for a number of days, but certainly tomorrow. this is a cluster of nasty storms that did a lot of damage earlier in chicago. this is moving through west virginia and a new severe thunderstorm watch. that is one thing i will be keeping an eye on. a week could be seen some showers are around washington. look at the current heat index it feels like it is 105 degrees out there. tomorrow we are under a heat advisory. it will even feel hotter. the heat index could take us to 110 degrees. then there is relief and i will tell you all about it. >> those numbers to get your attention. we are live in washington circle nw. >> not an easy day at all for those who have to be outside. >> it is in the 90's. do you see all these people heading home and heading to metro. it feels like it is way over 100 degrees with the heat index. the washington region it sizzled in the summer heat. >> it is hot. >> it is not just the heat. a combination of factors -- some people have no choice but to 12 outdoors. >> bid is excruciating.
out there. it's going to be a hot one. >>> live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. >>> straight ahead, a powerful storms caused damage and knockout power across the region. preparing for a day of the oppressive heat. good morning, washington. it's tuesday july 12. thanks for waking up with us, i am said they simpson -- am cynne simpson. >> i am pamela brown. now to meteorologist steve rudin. >> just wait until you feel it's later this afternoon. 78 degrees at reagan national airport. we have a heat advisory in effect for the district and immediate surrounding counties. heat index readings could be and as high as 105 degrees this afternoon. satellite and radar showed few clouds off to the west with light showers and a couple storms that moved through last night at 9:00 are long gone. what can we expect for today? 95-100 with a heat index around four degrees warmer than that. let's get an update on the rush hour commute with lisa baden. >>> things are winding down and with overnight construction projects. the beltway is open between the wilson bridge and the am
. this is the hottest day we had. this century in washington. look at the 104 degrees here and in baltimore, it was 101 degrees. we were hotter today than dallas or oklahoma city. so far, here we are, we are closing in on what we did last year when we had 44 days of 90 or higher. again tomorrow, it will be another hot day with temperatures in the mid 90's. not a record breaker not over 100. the heat and humidity will be continuing for the foreseeable future. i will give you all the details. >>> john gonzales is live tonight with more on people aren't taking the heat. >> -- are taking the heat. >> the thermostats at this hour is still showing over 100 degrees. the weather has been miserable for just about everyone, especially those without air- conditioning. residents say they lost their air conditioning before last week's heat wave. tonight, they are still waiting and sweating it out. at the franklin park apartments, neighbors have been forced to deal with this oppressive heat without air- conditioning. in some cases, units have been broken four weeks. >> last year, it was like it. the same thing again
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